20 April 2017
Welcome your new South East Regional Director
Marcus Clifford is your new South East Regional Director.
Taking over looking after the South East Region alongside the Eastern is going to be really interesting as there is so much great and positive energy and fantastic diversity of businesses across both regions. I feel the sector is full of opportunity and some great business models exist and I am looking forward to working with you and for you.
I hear from Bob Davies regularly and he tells me he is walking some 50 miles a week as part of his new regime. I did say to him not to be like Forrest Gump and stop now and again for a rest.
A bit about me
BPIF Partnership Development Director and Eastern Regional Director formerly Managing Director of BPIF Mcinnes Corporate M&A the BPIF's merger and acquisition service.
Prior roles include MD roles across Mail, Data and Fulfilment, Sheet fed, Digital and Asset Management and Corporate Finance Printing Businesses. Sales and Marketing Director Roles covering multi site and multi service National and International markets.
•1995 INSEAD Business School: Paris, Fontainebleau: 3 month International Management Executive program
•1988 Kingston Business School MBA Program
•1986 Chartered Institute of Marketing Diploma
•1982 London College of Printing: Postgraduate Diploma in Printing and Publishing
•1979-1982 University of Leicester: BA Honours Degree 2:1
Interests and Pursuits
•Building and House Restoration
•Active participant in Competitive Sports, Volleyball, Martial arts, Triathlon's, Cycling, Outdoor Swimming events, Adventure Trekking pursuits
•Saxophonist, learning Cello (still at tune a day stage!)
•Long list of things like most people. Also exercise allows more chomping and guzzling to take place!
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